Monthly Archives: March 2018

Quick Shamrock Cupcakes

Are you looking for a really easy and quick way to dress up some cupcakes for St. Patrick’s Day? Just grab a shamrock cookie cutter and some green sugar and you are good to go. Quick Shamrock Cupcakes Ingredients: Your … Continue reading

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Tofu Stroganoff. New Music From Deanna Petcoff.

I really love Beef Stroganoff. I thought this recipe for Tofu Stroganoff was intriguing and certainly a lighter option to try. The result was a tasty dinner with subtle flavor kicks from the sherry and pickled onions. Tofu Stroganoff Ingredients: … Continue reading

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New England Pork Pies And Colcannon. New Music From ENNOR.

Have you ever had Pork Pie? I first tried one on a trip to England over 20 years ago. My husband and I visited a small village shop and picked up the fixings for a picnic. Cheese, rustic bread, and … Continue reading

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Blueberry Cornmeal Butter Cake. Listening To Cory Cooper.

Q: What do you call blueberries playing the guitar? A: A jam session. Dense and buttery, dotted with moist, lemony berries, this Blueberry Cornmeal Butter Cake is gonna be your jam. The cornmeal lends such fabulous texture. Blueberry Cornmeal Butter … Continue reading

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Bacon And Spinach Pizza. New Music From Let’s Mars.

A few years ago I posted about some dizziness I was experiencing. A few days later a local friend who reads the blog, but that I rarely see, sent me a note to ask how I was. I guess I … Continue reading

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Pasta Carbonara

It’s March! Feel like some carbs? You can’t go wrong with Pasta Carbonara. This version is particularly wonderful with its hint of heat in the silky, garlic-scented sauce. Pasta Carbonara Ingredients: Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste 1 … Continue reading

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